Dominique Ansel opens his newest bakery today.
They've been waiting more than 20 years for this moment.
Just wait until France gets its first Shake Shack.
This is the meaty end, my friend.
It's the final countdown for Chicago's famed encased meats emporium.
All this for a cruller and a Coolatta.
They're camped out outside the Liquor Barn.
People looking to be the first to try Shake Shack's cronut-hole concrete started lining up at 4 a.m.
The 'GQ' critic claims Mighty Quinn's Barbeque does its best to cultivate long lines instead of serving customers promptly.
How long is the wait?
Fear not, they may try it again in the near future.
A reporter tests the lines at some of the city's busiest no-reservation restaurants.
Maybe it's not worth it.
Just how bad are the lines at the Shake Shack's new theater district location?